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in a very different part of the world. the stark but beautiful west coast of ireland. this is where her story really begins. >> she used to run out here in the waves? >> yes. >> reporter: playing here among the surf, the rocks and the wild flowers she loved to pick. >> phoebe was all about the softer side of life. >> when she was over here, she didn't like to hurt the punch bag in case she hurt it. >> reporter: her dad, jeremy prince, said his daughter had so much going for her. she was adorable and smart and bubbly. phoebe had every reason to be a happy child. she was raised in comfort by educated parents, who inspired her love of the classics and writing. >> she would come out of school bursting with enthusiasm. >> reporter: it was also a family who taught her to appreciate the world beyond her doorstep. here she is on vacation with her family and friends. that's why the family moved to america back in the summer of 2009. it seemed like such a good idea for phoebe. her american-born mother was offered a chance to teach for a year in the states. she would take her youngest daughter and
. >>> and the ultimate quest for love. young man putting his entire life on hold, traveling over to ireland in search of his one true love. a woman he only met once. and he doesn't even know her name. can we help him find her? >>> we love the story about the quest for love. but here's the thing. the woman he is looking for, red hair and freckles, in ireland. not the easiest thing to find. >> i don't want to overgeneralized. but a woman would have picked up on more details, right? she had a mole. green eyes. >> you know they're starting with the male-bashing already. >> top of the hour already. >> typical day here. >>> on a happier note, today is the first day of fall, after a summer of extreme weather. autumn coming in like a lion, keeping miss ginger zee busy, as we like it. it snowed overnight, if i got that right? >> it did, minnesota. >> she has the full forecast coming up. >>> and today is 45 days from the election. and mitt romney just released his tax returns, raising a tantalizing question. why did he pay more in taxes than he had to? >> he gave a lot of money to charities, as well. >>> also
's amazing, we have teams from all over the world here today and they are thrilled. >> i flew from ireland to be here. and been practicing since for the competition. all the best casters in the world come here. my fellow countryman came in first place and james is on the current team and he is the head man. >> it's unique. will not see anything like it where you go to compete in the world. competitions in ireland, scotland, norway, japan, russia each year, the facilities here in the park are second to none. there is no complex in the world that can touch it. >> i'm here with bob, and he has kindly agreed to tell me everything i need to know about casting. i'm going to suit up and next, we're in the water. >> what any gentleman should do. golden gate angling has free lessons the second saturday of every month. we have equipment show up on the 9:30 on the second saturday of every month and we'll teach them to fly cast. >> ok. we are in the water. >> let me acquaint you with the fly rod. >> nice to meet you. >> this is the lower grip and the upper grip. this is a reel and a fly line. we are g
is the patron of ireland and the irish of spread out to north america and populated that so his devotion has carried much further than just ireland itself. >>> about st. joseph statues be buried upside-down in your and your some in-house i sold my house with all these bad mortgages and the you should carry the right side up what about that? >>> i don't see a problem with it goes back to when i said before we have to be careful about the idea of superstition but there's nothing superstitious in itself and during c. joseph upset them provided that your home seller really calling upon the help of an assistance of st. joseph >>> also my neighbor i came home or right to surprised to find my entire record redone was so wonderful woman that did that forming unbeknownst to me the came and took care of me. >>> and when asked go state robert other men doctor of the church is my favorite saint and st. thomas >>> pixar this tour resources >>> there are tons of ways to learn more about this since a good start for free by going online and many catholic web sites with descriptions of the sinks and to
-14. and navy lost to notre dame 50-10 in ireland today. d.c. united is real. >> so fitting that notre dame was playing in ireland. coming up, why are these people dressed in costume on a steamy >> this isn't the newest live action show for kid. these are adults taking part in the annual event in atlanta. it's where fans of science fiction, ex comic books meet up to share their passion. today a parade was held. love to see adults getting dressed up. another look at your sunday forecast. >> back with a final check of your forecast and some bad knews for all those barbecues. >> we had the heavy rain and tomorrow we're going to look for a similar situation as we look for heavier areas of rain during the afternoon hours into the day on monday and that's labor day. beach forecast not so hot. look for cloudy skies and periods of rain even some embedded thunderstorms. full forecast 24 hours a day at your fingertips. >> don't go >> thanks for sticking with us. instead of relaxing like most americans will be doing this weekend, president obama obama and mitt romne
of ireland and in the irish of spread out to north america and populated that ireland itself. >>> were about st. joseph statues. upside-down in your yard when you sell your house. but what about that? >>> i don't see a problem with it goes back to when i said before that we have to be careful about the idea of superstition but there's nothing superstitious and itself of various statutes that joseph up to down provided that you are as a home seller really calling upon the help of the assistance of st. joseph. >>> i also agree christian assistance my neighbor landscaper camel one day surprise to find my entire record redone. just a wonderful beautiful woman and the statute also that care with your favorite saint? >>> would have to go with my name saint robert bevan a doctor of the church and he should be sent in to st. thomas and reclaiming and mortar a martyr and a lawyer. there are tons of ways to learn more about the safety could start for free by going online with many catholic web site set of catalogs of since descriptions of them and tons of books out there. >>> thanks for joining us
on vacation in ireland spots a woman and is smitten. too submit ton get her number. now more than a year later with little to go on he is back on the emerald isle with a quest to find her. >> it's like the movie serendipity, where a chance encounter leads to a search for love. >> destiny. >> meet the movie leap 'er. leap year, where amy anderson searches ireland for her soul mite. now canadian dentist sandy crawford is following his heart on a similar downy. it start inside the irish countryside last summer when crocker met a young woman, they chatted briefly and she was gone, and but as time passed it became clear she was the one. now crocker has set out for ireland once more, giving himself one month to find the girl. the only problem? he didn't know her name. or even where she is from. but he did tell us this. she is 56th with freckled and reddish brown hair. not exactly rare features for ireland. but sandy hopes that like the movie, he'll ultimately get the girl, too. >> ama: maybe it will happen. >> ama: a warn being peanut butter. >> alan: the power behind the brand new exploratorium in
-- >> the new game is called bad piggies. this is an acronym used on wall street for portugal, ireland, italy, greece, and pain spain. piigs. two is there. let's give you the state of where they are right now. and the best way we thought was their ten-year yields. let's see if we can zoom in just a little bit here. portugal, their ten-year is yielding 8.9%. italy nearly 5.2%. here's what i think is the most interesting. ireland at 5.1. matching italy. even though ireland has had a full bailout, they seem to have the country that's coming back the most. they've actually been able to borrow money, which is unlike greece. spain still can borrow money. look at the yield on greece. 20%. this is the new debt, guys. right? so a lot of people think they're even going to default on their new debt. spain is yielding 5.9%. let's give you a look at where they stand when it comes to unemployment. pretty horrendous across the board. portugal 15%, italy 10%. ireland 14.7%. greece and spain above 24%. we want to drill down, though, into ireland because once again just as their yields are looking actually pre
worthwhile. >>> in ireland, love is in the air. over 40,000 single men and women flocked to europe's largest matchmaking festival. 40,000. the event is in its 120th year and lasts throughout the month. one man known as ireland's cupid boasts 3,000 successful matches and totes a lucky love book that if touched guarantees love and marriage within six months. i'm sure a lot of people would be clamoring to get their hands on that book. >> although that also means you have to deal with the stress of planning a wedding in a short period of time. >> that's true. i'm wondering if there's any kind of guarantee, that you touch the book and you find your mate. >> he doesn't look like what i would picture cupid to look like. >> almost never does, right? time now for an early look at some of the stories we'll follow throughout the day here on nbc. the president and first lady will mark the anniversary of the september 11th attacks with a wreath laying ceremony at the pentagon today. a moment of silence will be followed by remarks from president obama. >>> england's prince william and duchess kate will be
. i live in ireland, so i played fiddle, and i still played guitar, and i have drums and played various little things. tavis: let me close on this. ireland is a place of much political mayhem. >> and economic mayhem. tavis: and we have some of that here now, political mayhem and economic mayhem, and this week has been all about the democratic convention this week and last week the republican convention, and we have been talking about that every night except for tonight with jeremy irons. >> i am very glad i am not a politician, because i think it is one step away from the gates of hell being a politician. a nightmare, a nightmare, but i do have views about where we have gone terribly wrong, and i think we are just at the start of a huge economic revolution, which i think has really not get this country yet, but which we are going through in europe, where we realized unrestrained capitalism is a highway to nowhere, and it does not protect the population as it should, and we have to completely start to reevaluate how we use capitalism as an instrument for feeding and housing our p
against the notre dame fighting irish in dublin, ireland. is that fair jp who do you think the locals were rooting for? notre dame up 6-0, late first quarter, george add kissin the 3, going to the races. 293 yards rushing for the irish on this day. they go up 13-0. it is 20-0 in the third quarter. and that is when we find trey miller. taken down, loses the ball. stephon picks it up, and is off. look at the big guy. he can go. 77 yards the other way for the touch. a tough start to the season for navy. irish win big in ireland 50-10 the final. >>> after an unprecedented off-season full of sanctionsance transfers and fines stemming from the sex abuse scandal, a new era begins in state college. nittany lions kick off the football season without joe paterno on the sideline for the first time since 1949. to beaver stadium. thunderous cheers as the team comes out of the tunnel giving way to a moment of silence before the game versus ohio. new head coach bill abrian takes the reins and like what's he sees early. first quarter, penn state qb mack fakes the handoff. throws to bill belton in stead. g
lawyers and tours of prominent literary sites. watch one now on booktv. >> who was billy ireland and why is the museum named after him? billy ireland was a longtime editorial cartoonist for the columbus dispatch. he was the cartoonist from 1898 to his death in 1935 so he spent 37 years at the columbus dispatch. at the cartoon library museum our mission is to collect leaders will preserve and make available american printed cartoon art. the scope includes graphic novels leaguer and magazine cartoons, editorial cartoons, comic books and sports carton's. here are some examples what we would find in a library. the pages that billy ireland did every sunday and in these you can see his style. what he drew. he drew everyday things that happened in columbus like pot holes -- things that the average person could relate to and identify with. in this panel over here ireland -- he was a master of gentle sarcasm. he really thought that humor was a more effective instrument than anything else and as you see here a councilman talks about finding people for sneezing in public and wondered how do you sto
in france, italy, and ireland have published the photos. and they are seeking damages against those who first published the pictures. they were taken while the royal couple was on vacation in southern france. they are on a trip across southeast asia. >>> a celebration for the start of hiss panic heritage month, and the animals got building in on the action, a beautiful end to the weekend. but which is worried about a terrible tuesday. more on what you can count on in the week ahead, right after the break. stay wit [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your new light creamy potato with bacon & cheese soup says it's 100 calories a serving. that's right. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. my world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... [ whispers ] 100 calories... say it again... [ whispers ] 100 calories... ma'am, hello? ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>. >> hispanic heritage month took center stage at the national zoo. friends of the national zoo hosted its annual fiesta, featuring hispanic and latino music
started at 9:00 a.m. nutter dame and navy. in ireland. a sellout crowd. 30,000 americans there. first quarter, atkinson. look at him go. 56 yards. notre dame with a 13-0 lead. the navy started the second half as a good one. miller to lynch. that was the last of the offense. atkinson again his second score. 99 yards rushing. and incredible trip. 50-10 final. the terps opened up against women marry. -- william and mary. nice grab. we have a freshman quarterback, hill. he will capitalize. missed the receiver. that -- that set up a field goal attempt. 25 yards. why, left, never on target. six-nothing, william and mary. maryland on the board. marilyn, 7-6. morgan state against sacred heart. kicks off to tim little. there he goes. all of the way the other way. 72 yards, a touchdown. sacred heart is down 17-13. on target to ricki more. 20-17, sacred heart. quadruple overtime. tied at 27. morgan wins, 14-37. blue jays from a yard out. pounds his way in. seven-nothing lead. same score. on top of brandon cherry. and bounds. set up another score, 13- nothing, hopkins. cherry on the ground. takes
. the palace quickly announced it would sue. but yesterday, another blow. this time, a newspaper in ireland, which printed the pictures again. so, the palace fired back. "there can be no motivation for this action," the palace stated, "other than greed." now, an italian magazine is expected to publish a 26-page feature, hinting at even more intimate photos of kate. >> it looks now that it's going to be too late for them to stop that. so, we're looking at so far, three publications have prudented these pictures, and who nows? the question now is, will there be more? >> reporter: and william's anger is apparently stirring. reports in london say that he wants to testify against the accused if there is a trial, and send them to jail. his dislike of the paparazzi has been evident since his mother, princess diana, was killed 15 years ago, with cameras in pursuit. >> he's made no secret that it is his number one concern to protect kate, to make sure she doesn't suffer a similar fate and says he really is going to do everything he can. >> reporter: so, tomorrow, this legal battle is heading its way
. stouffer's. let's fix dinner. >> pelley: the war between catholics and protestants in northern ireland ended more than a decade ago, but a new battle butbroken out over an oral kestory that contains some of the irish republican army's deepest secrets. mark phillips spoke with a woman whose voice is on the tapes-- a mark phillips spoke with a woman whose voice is on the tapes, it woman who once killed for the ira. >> as they always say, the victors write the history. >> this is the history that she is talking about. when catholics and protestants were at war in northern ireland. and when delores pryce and sister were ira fighters trying to force the british out. >> we were the first wave to go over. >> she carried the ira bombing campaign to the heart of london. now living in dublin, she is trying to carve out her own version of history and settle some scores. she has told her story along with other former ira and british loyalists fighters on the promise that the interview tips would be held in the archives until the interview aes had died. northern ireland's police want the tapes now.
taking on the navy live from ireland beginning at 9:00 a.m. eastern here on cbs. >>> don't want to miss that. you also don't want to miss this. lonnie quinn with another check of the weather. >> good morning to you. i will say that football game in ireland, 9:00 a.m., partly cloudy skies, about 65 degrees in dublin. i want to talk, though, about the good old us of a. what is happening in the mid section of the country, that's what's left of what was isaac. it's not a tropical storm or a tropical depression. so remnant low but putting down a lot of rain in a portion of the country that needs the rain. want to talk about what else is going on in the tropics. here we are in the midst of hurricane season. do you realize we're so far ahead of schedule. this time of the year, we should be on the fifth named storm of the year. it should be ernesto. we had that so long ago, we got two other storms out there. this is what tropical storm leslie is doing. could become a hurricane later today. close to bermuda but not a threat to the u.s. then i want to show you hurricane kirk in the middle of the
in america. so rather than having ireland and the cayman islands be the place where you hide your money, why don't we make it america? >> the place you hide money? don't believe your ears? let's play it again, sam. >> so rather than having ireland and the cayman islands be the place you hide your money, the place you hide your money, the place you hide your money -- >> so even paul ryan, his own running mate, says using the investment vehicles romney uses is a way to hide his money, as in hide it from tax laws. ryan shows why this issue won't go away for romney. the returns tell the tale of a man who's made nearly a quarter of his income last year from foreign investments. according to the tax policy center analysis of the documents revealed that. they also expose his hypocrisy. in a new ad, mr. romney accuses the president of shipping jobs to china. but he fails to mention that his own portfolio included investment in a chinese oil company. this is a candidate who's paying an effective tax rate of 14.1%, which is about half. half what the average worker pays and, yet, when asked if this is
? >> i can run for president of ireland because of my irish heritage. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." good evening. the most powerful man and woman in the world are gathered in new york tonight at the u.n. and across town at the clinton global initiative. president obama spoke at cgi today. we'll get to that in a moment. he had tough talk on iran's nuclear program. >> let me be clear. america wants to resolve this through diplomacy and we believe that there is still time and space to do so. but that time is not unlimited. >> with just 42 days to go until the election, mitt romney blasted iran in his speech to the cgi. >> a voice of unspeakable evil and hatred has spoken out, threatening israel and the entire civilized world. >> all of this on the heels of my extraordinary hour with iranian president, mahmoud ahmadinejad. tonight my special guest is former president bill clinton. since leaving the white house he's focusedis considerable political muscle on the mission of the clinton global initiative and now he speaks his mind on a world on the brink and the race for the white house.
all the way to dublin, ireland to take on the fighting irish. the game is kicking off right about now. already 2:00 in ireland. cool and breezy 66 degrees there. back in a few minutes with college football and talk more about your labor day weekend, too. back to the studio. >> thanks, chuck. >>> the georgetown area is days away from hosting an epic event complete with fashion, entertainment and a lot of fun. thursday is fashion's night out, and d.c. is among cities around the world celebrating. this north a sneak peek. joining us, nancy, marketing director foregeorgetown business improvement district also known at gbid on twitter. i follow you. >> yes, it is. >> this is a pretty big deal. this year bigger than ever. talking more than 100 stores participating? >> yes. georgetown's third year in participating in this and over 100 stores, restaurants and salons and spas participating. merchants are excited. thursday night, september 6th, from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m. >> the idea really is to energize the local business district? >> it really is. the original idea was born in new york by "vogue
unbelievable one-handed grab the buckeyes rolled 56-10. across the pond notre dame in ireland hosting navy midshipmen one of the big players george atkinson the third the cut back and he's gone 56 yds one of two touchdowns in did not have the best moves. the protestor goes to all the major sporting events authorities got a hold of him the irish when big 50-10. it the a's are head of the red sox in the third inning. a familiar face to cal fans a veteran making his giants debut. bases loaded hector sanchez grazed by the pitch. that scores are run, and the giants on the board, down the left-field line this is a big one posey pence and sanchez way again. a basis clearing three rbi double. good enough for tim lincecum looking good. struck out seven cubs. the giants had a three run lead 5-2 in the fifth. sanchez from his knees gets david de a soyuz catches him stealing. preserves the score. a pop-up hunter pence with the catch giants win 5-2. on to the pga playoffs deutsche bank championships at boston, rory mcelroy and a nice 65 today at 12 under par when shot better and to better than tiger wo
devon smith one handed. ohio state rolls 56-10. meanwhile notre dame planning in dublin, ireland irish up against navy, on defense it is george atkinson the third running for fighting irish, he finished with 99 yds, he took a backseat to this guy, he was at the u.s. open at the olympic club security guide them but had his moment irish when 50-10. here's a giant column did not waste time as september ball rolls today 11 year veteran making his giants debut in chicago top of the first hector sanchez has his jersey grazed by the pitch sandoval's course to make it 1-0, next up down the left-field line posey and pans and sanchez wave din, a great weather is start bases clearing double it was 4-0. tim lincecum like that lead. struck out seven in six and one- third innings. giants take a 5-2 lead in the fifth. sanchez dance him down. san score in the nine, trying to close it out, it was hunter pence with a basket catch giants win 5-2. pga playoffs at the deutsche bank championships in boston rory mcelroy and red hot won the pga, shot a 65 today he is alone at 12 under par. two shots better th
't pay it is if you locate your activity, overseas in ireland where you pay almost no tax,hen what you do is you sell everything that you're selling in europe through ireland and you locate the profits in ireland, you pay no tax in the u.s., and so your average tax, if you're a multi-national that can do that, is very, very low. that's absolutely true, that's why we have no revenue from the high rate. the key is in order to play that game >> what would lowering the tax rate do? >> let me finish. in order to play that game you have to locate jobs in ireland. we're telling our firms if you move the jobs overseas, and sell from there, we won't tax you. but if do you it here or in detroit, then we're going to tax the heck out of you and that's just wrong and something that romney wants to fix and obama doesn't. >> kevin, i'm canadian, we come from a country with low corporate tax rate. i'm not -- you know i'm not arguing with your premise. >> right. >> i do not dispute 12 million jobs can be created in four years. i'm wondering how fast you can turn this around and here's the added thing. lot
ireland and why is the library museum named after him. billy ireland was a longtime editorial cartoonist for the newspaper, the columbus dispatch. he was the cartoonist from 1898 til his death in 935, so he -- 1935, so he spent 37 years at the columbus dispatch. at the cartoon library museum our mission is to collect, preserve and make available american printed cartoon art. our scope includes graphic novels, magazine cartoons, editorial cartoons, comic strips, comic books and sports cartoons. here are some examples of what you would find in our library. what i have pulled here are the passing show pages that billy ireland did for every sunday. and in these you can really see sort of his style, what he -- what he drew. he drew about things that, everyday things that happened in columbus. like the potholes on high street, you know, things that the average person could relate to and identified with. in this panel over here, ireland was, he was a master of gentle sarcasm. he really thought that humor was a more effective instrument than anything else, and as you see here a councilman talks
a busy did it yesterday. >>> ireland 7 mi. before the event came home and changed. there is money the the girl had youth programs. they we had 10 of the runners yesterday show up but at&t park yesterday it was an amazing scene there were so many people on the wednesday night pinhead. the running time was under 70 minutes. where in the fifties and low 60s. the winds are pretty much stagnant at this hour. the building because we shall look back locale's out there right now. he will dissipate later this afternoon. is your future cast for lunch hour. clause a hanging their tight to the ocean beach and avenues. to date under the influence of high pressure and we will see the hottest temperatures of the work week. temperatures from that office to appease a mid-60's at the beaches for two 70's and 80's around the peninsula up to 94 degrees in livermore. 95 in pleasanton 96 and burn wood. we get hotter as we go further inland. 84 degrees and that up. the six the forecast as we see each and every day the seasonal conditions return by sunday into monday. >>> were following some breaking new
from scotland to wells in northern ireland. did that this off as fireworks maybe even a plane crash. it was possibly a meteor shower of debris from falling satellite. >>> the spectacular that's when you hear metal detector out. >>> we have some changes coming it looks like a political upside today. patchy fog makes his way back on shore. the blood pressure that is not passing to the north and east of the bay area right now. that will trigger some colder air to move in for today bigger. the patchy fog and cheese into the bay. a little cool in spots in the north bay as well. 47 fifties no light afternoon up into the '80s. a lot of '50s and '60s up towards the coast line. hot weather in the central valley and 98 in fresno 85 in yosemite. that alone will continue to track eastward. the warming trend a slow one as we head for the remainder of the week. patchy fog should begin to break up but will be putting the coastline. high pressure continues to build an overhead and will become hotter. 77 insensate 747 tel people inland's up to the '80s in some spots. as a make inside the day at 65 d
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